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Boundary Element Method (BEM) Technologies

Predict steady or unsteady flows around or inside bodies, including the modeling of cavities and/or free-surfaces.

Our BEM technologies include

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  • Icon of ear listeningUnderwater Acoustics
  • Icon of foundations in soilSoil-Structure Interaction
  • Icon of arrows pointing outward from centerAcoustic Radiation & Scattering
  • Icon of wavesGround Vibrations & Isolation
  • Icon of foundations in soilElectromagnetics

About Boundary Element Method

The Boundary Element Method (BEM) casts its focus on the perimeters of systems. This surface is meticulously divided into small elemental surfaces or “boundary elements” described by differential equations that need to be solved. The differential equations are expressed only for the boundary of the region and not for its interior. It’s about deciphering the behavior of intricate systems without the need to dissect every nook and cranny.

As a company, we pledge our expertise to solve challenges in the field of structural mechanics, fluid dynamics, heat transfer, and electrostatics.

Benefits of BEM technologies

Industry applications of Boundary Element Method

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Stress analysis

Analyze the stress distribution in engineering structures such as bridges, aircrafts, and ships.

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Potential flow analysis

Study the behaviour of fluid flow around bodies, including flow past airfoils, ships, and submarines.

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Electrostatics

Analyze electrical potential distribution in electrical and electronic devices such as capacitors, transformers, and printed circuit boards.

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Acoustics

Study sound propagation and wave behavior in ducts, cavities, and around structures.

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Fracture mechanics

Analyze the stress intensity factors and fracture toughness of engineering components.

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Geotechnical engineering

Analyze soil-structure interaction and the behavior of retaining walls and foundations.

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Heat transfer

Study heat transfer in engineering components such as heat exchangers and boilers.

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